What is the hreflang HTML attribute?
The hreflang HTML attribute, which goes inside link elements included in the HEAD section of the page, helps search engines understand that certain pages are targeted for a specified language or country. By implementing this attribute you can send your users to the targeted pages and greatly increase the SEO performance of your website.
Why a plugin?
The implementation of the hreflang attribute in a website powered by WordPress can be a very cumbersome process without a specific plugin, for this reason we developed Hreflang Manager.
How does it work?
With the “Connections” menu or with the “Hreflang Manager” sidebar you can connect the pages of your website with the related versions targeted for different languages or different countries. The plugin will handle your connections by adding the proper html markup in the HEAD section of the selected pages.
In the documentation that comes attached with this plugin we have included various examples with related images and three video tutorials, if this is not enough for you feel free to contact us after purchasing.
If you need more info about the hreflang attribute, to understand exactly what this plugin is about, please check out the following resources:
- General explanation from the Google Webmaster Tools
- Getting a better understanding of hreflang
- The impact of hreflang
This plugin makes use of the following resources:
12.02.2022 - v1.24 - The correct ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code is now used for Lebanon 31.01.2022 - v1.23 - Performance improvements - The "Help" menu has been added 31.01.2022 - v1.22 - Added the ability to sync the hreflang data between different websites - Minor back-end improvements 16.01.2022 - v1.16 - The data of the connections are now saved in serialized format - Minor back-end improvements - Refactoring 05.05.2021 - v1.14 - Improved back-end menus 24.02.2021 - v1.12 - Language script variations (ISO 15924) are now supported 14.10.2020 - v1.11 - The "Wizard" and "Maintenance" menus have been added 20.06.2020 - v1.10 - The Marshallese language is now properly associated with the "mh" ISO 639-1 code - A .pot file has been added to simplify the translation of the plugin - Minor back-end improvements 16.12.2019 - v1.09 - Fixed CSS issues caused by the changes applied in WordPress 5.3 04.08.2019 - v1.08 - The "Sample Future Permalink" option has been added 20.02.2019 - v1.07 - The "Hreflang Manager" sidebar has been added 26.11.2017 - v1.06 - Documentation updated (the plugin codebase isn't changed) 04.07.2017 - v1.06 - Added Import and Export menus - Added several new options - Improved back-end menus - Improved meta box - The WordPress default font-family stack is now used in the back-end - Added video tutorials in the plugin documentation 17.04.2016 - v1.05 - Added clone button in Connections menu - Corrected Norwegian ISO_639-1 code 06.04.2016 - v1.04 - The plugin has been completely rewritten with an OOP approach and a new back-end menu framework - The maximum number of connections per page has been increased to 100 28.06.2015 - v1.03 - Minor improvements on the structure of the plugin files 22.04.2015 - v1.02 - The maximum number of connections per page has been increased to 60 - Added new options - Fixed bugs 28.02.2015 - v1.01 - Improved support for WordPress Multisite - Minor back-end improvements 11.01.2014 - v1.00 - Initial release
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